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Kelly Osbourne slams “shameful” Starbucks after she wets herself in public

Reality star claims she was forced to piddle in her shoe after they refused to let her in the loo

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Kelly Osbourne was so desperate to use the toilet she was willing to buy anything in the New York Starbucks where she peed her pants, just so she could use the employees’ bathroom.

On Sunday the former Fashion Police co-host tweeted her anger about the embarrassing incident.

But on Monday some Twitter followers were quick to assume the 32-year-old tried to use the Starbucks restroom without buying something in the coffee shop.

But her rep said that – even though there isn’t a public toilet in the branch she visited – she WAS willing to purchase something just so she could use the facilities.

Yet Osbourne’s camp say she was “adamantly refused” access to the toilet.

The daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne had been standing on a Pride Parade float for four hours and needed to relieve herself in the restroom.

Instead, she peed herself in public, later tweeting with a photo of the coffee shop: “SHAME on U @Starbucks #PeedMyOwnPants in this location because UR shameful employees refused to let me use the [toilet].

“I have [expletive] in my shoe.”

Her rep said on Monday: “It’s common decency to allow someone to use a bathroom. It’s compassion.”

The report also claims that Osbourne saw a man leave the bathroom that she was not allowed to use, as did an undercover NYPD officer who was with her.

Her rep backed the rock star daughter up by saying she “doesn’t fib,” when asked to confirm if the former reality TV star wet her pants in public.

Starbucks told the New York Post’s Page Six: “We are working to follow up with Ms. Osbourne to clarify any confusion.

“There simply is no restroom in this store, and inquiring customers are typically directed to a store a few blocks away.

“We sincerely apologize for any misunderstanding and hope to welcome Ms. Osbourne back for a beverage on us very soon!”

Kelly was NOT happy (Credit: unknown)

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